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Many UK consumers have been lusting after Ben & Jerry's announced they are to release their non-dairy ice-cream in the UK.
A post on Ben & Jerry's website said: "Well, so much for surprises! So many of our fans have been asking us to bring our non-dairy ice cream across the pond, we couldn’t keep the secret anymore.
"We can now confirm that it’s true, we are working on bringing non-dairy here! We hope to have it available in the UK soon. Well, that is, if we don't eat it all ourselves first...
"Some might ask, 'why not now?' (Yes, we've seen your tweets!) The answer is, we've been working on this for quite a while, and want to make sure these flavours live up to what Ben & Jerry's is known for: enormous chunks, delicious swirls and a commitment to values-led ingredient sourcing."
According to Ben & Jerry's, its 'flavor gurus' are still working on the final products.
The timeline is not yet known for when this will be complete.
The post said: "That's all we can share for now; we can't confirm exactly when it's coming. Keep a close eye on our social channels for all the latest non-dairy updates..."
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